With many photos by Alain Dermigny and Claude Rayon. In this album, there are no monuments described in all tourist guides. On the contrary, these twelve Romanesque churches are little known. They were built by villagers in the 10th, 11th or 12th century, with local stones (schist and granite), on the roads used by pilgrims to reach the Mont Saint-Michel Abbey. From north to south, they are the churches of Saint-Martin-le-Vieux, Bréville, Yquelon, Saint-Pair-sur-Mer, Angey, Saint-Jean-le-Thomas, Dragey, Genêts, Saint-Léonard-de-Vains, Saint-Loup and Saint-Quentin-sur-le-Homme, without forgetting a beautiful Romanesque gate in Sartilly. Also available in French.
French edition: http://archive.org/details/ArtRomanNormandie